GEZE UK‘s have made James White its news specification manager, further strengthening its specification team as they continue to expand in that area.
James, who’s role will see him cover the south of England, previously worked as an area sales manager for the window technology team at GEZE UK.
Before starting at GEZE UK last year, he previously worked as a business development manager for Somfy within its commercial building solutions division and a key account manager for WindowMaster, selling natural ventilation solutions to façade market and building service contractors.
He comes into the position well equipped, having trained in computer aided design (CAD) and he also has the Automatic Doors Suppliers Association (ADSA) EN 16005 qualification, as well as a Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSC) card.
Outside of work, James is married with two children and is a keen mountain biker, fly fisherman and golfer.
“I wanted to join GEZE due to the company’s history, reputation and strong product range,” James said.
“I hope that my role in developing specification for window technology, automatic doors and BAU products, will continue to make GEZE products the first choice for architects.”
Sales and marketing director of GEZE UK, Andy Howland commented: “We are delighted that James has joined the specification team. His skills and experience will be a real asset in offering a first-class service of advice and support to professionals.”
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